Valentine Olushola Oyedipe's Discussions (23)

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"The only type of sanction that is a non violent measure is the positive sanction (Ai…"

Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied Dec 8, 2013 to Sanctions as a non-violent measure?

1 Dec 8, 2013
Reply by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe

" The article is thought provoking and I quite concurred with many of the assertions…"

Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied Nov 9, 2013 to Existential harmony

3 Mar 6, 2014
Reply by Al LeBlanc

"The issue you have raised Linder is such a very sensitive one and that clearly affir…"

Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied Nov 8, 2013 to Asylum for Snowden?

1 Nov 8, 2013
Reply by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe

"Thanks for the reaction and bringing this issue to the fore again Mr. Al, obviously…"

Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied Nov 3, 2013 to Reconciling Justice and Amnesty and the Ethical Demands in Conflicy and War Divided Societies

2 Nov 3, 2013
Reply by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe

"I did understand Liu Yixuan strong passion for tradition and history, but in a matte…"

Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied Oct 5, 2013 to A HARD BALANCE BETWEEN HISTORY AND ACTUALITIES

1 Oct 5, 2013
Reply by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe

"Yes, the drum beats, possible war in Syria intensifies; humanity is faced with two o…"

Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied Sep 5, 2013 to Syria: Two Positions to Consider

5 Sep 10, 2013
Reply by Linda Eggert

"It has been confirmed from all quarters that chemical weapons have been used in Syri…"

Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied Aug 30, 2013 to Eyes over Syria

5 Aug 30, 2013
Reply by David Whetham

"Oumie! I quite agree with your views. Perhaps, we may hinge it on the fact that ' To…"

Valentine Olushola Oyedipe replied Aug 27, 2013 to Reconciling Justice and Amnesty and the Ethical Demands in Conflict and War Divided Societies

2 Aug 27, 2013
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